How to Build Your Next Website to Win Awards

Wednesday, August 30th, 2017 from 1:00pm-2:30 pm ET

Do you have an upcoming web design project that you want to knock out of the park?

tbk Creative has built over 100 high-quality web properties over the last seven years for brands like Jiffy Lube® Ontario, Danby®, Lerners LLP, Yogen Fruz®, Hino® Canada, and 3M® Canada. As a team, we have built a long, proven, track record of winning web design and digital marketing awards.

During this webinar, tbk Creative’s CEO & Chief Creative Officer,
Melissa McInerney and VP Digital, Michael Ramsey, will go over some of the leading practices and topics behind building a website that can stand the test of time against its competitors, achieve key performance indicators (KPIs), and be amongst the highest quality in your industry.

What you can expect:

  1. A better understanding of some core areas in web development including:
    1. A content conversation – Tips to use your website project as an opportunity to better develop your brand
      identity.
    2. Picking the right content management system (CMS).
    3. Modern website design and user experience practices.
    4. The world of on-site Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
    5. Best practices to comply with Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL).
    6. Tips to arm yourself with the right questions to ask when interviewing and hiring your next web vendor.
    7. Information about code quality and how to assess it.
    8. Web accessibility as it pertains to Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
    9. Critical information regarding website speed and website security.
  2. An opportunity to ask two of Canada’s leading web design and digital marketing practitioners questions about the topics listed above.
  3. Dramatically improve the likelihood your next web project is successful, is designed to fulfill (or exceed) key KPIs, and has the potential to win awards.

To register for the webinar, fill out the form on this page. You will be emailed confirmation details. Remember to check your Junk folder just in case!